November 2010 Headlines
A top Israeli airport security expert says the new screening procedures being implemented by the TSA are a "hysterical" reaction to the terrorist threat.
Israel is celebrating a new tourism record. For the first time ever, more than 3 million people have visited the Promised Land this year.
Israeli archaeologists discovered an 1,800-year-old bathing pool thought to be used by the Roman legion that destroyed the Jewish temple.
Israel's Tourism Ministry said, Monday, 2010 will be a historic year in tourism for the Holy Land.
The 60-acre Biblical Zoo is home to more than 1,000 animals. Many of them are native to Israel or have become extinct in the Holy Land.
A report on the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri "points overwhelmingly" to Hezbollah.
The Knesset passed the National Referendum Law late Monday evening by a vote of 65 to 33, despite some opposition.
A new Palestinian Authority study claims the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, belongs to Islam.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu said ministers would be please to approve the freeze extension once they see the proposal in writing.
Lebanese PM Sa'ad Hariri will lead pay a two-day state visit to Iran next week.
outgoing MI chief Maj.-Gen. Amos Yadlin warned that the relative quiet in the recent past should not "mislead anyone."
When Hillary Rubin immigrated from the United States to Israel, she felt she had finally arrived in her true home.
A U.N. group has declared Rachel's Tomb near Bethlehem and the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron to be mosques.
A long-range Grad missile fired by Palestinians in the Gaza Strip exploded north of the Israeli town of Ofakim.
P.A. television rebroadcast video clips of Palestinian children's messages, including hate speech against Jews.
The Army of Islam posted a threat in Hebrew Thursday vowing to avenge the deaths of two of its commanders.
Netanyahu and his staff seem to be working diligently to convince cabinet ministers to accept the U.S. incentive package.
Three more Likud ministers signed a letter opposing an extension of the construction freeze.
With the Jewish state having quietly prospered as a global haven of innovation, key players here are asking whether the Asian giants might steal their high-tech thunder.
A day after the Israeli government appeared ready to extend the building freeze, opposition to the proposal appears to be growing.
Israel's military chief of staff warned Monday that the terror group, Hezbollah, could soon take over Lebanon in a violent coup.
By a unanimous vote on Sunday, the government approved immigration of the remaining Ethiopian Jews over the next four years.
Beginning on January 1, Israel's Agriculture Ministry will cease issuing commercial fishing licenses for the Sea of Galilee.
President Barack Obama said he is encouraged by Israel's willingness to extend the building freeze in Judea and Samaria.
President Barack Obama expressed his deep displeasure over 1,300 new housing units in Jewish neighborhoods in 'east' Jerusalem.
A statement from the two leaders said officials would meet in the coming days to create "conditions for the resumption of direction negotiations."
The Counter-Terrorism Bureau issued a warning late Thursday for "all Israelis in the Sinai to leave immediately and return to Israel."
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was transported to his Negev ranch on Friday morning.
Following a second meeting in Damascus on Tuesday, Fatah and Hamas failed to reach an agreement.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's latest U.S. visit appears to be part of a broad effort to stem a rising tide of anti-Israel sentiment in the U.S. government.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu called Tuesday's brouhaha over new housing units in two Jerusalem neighborhoods "overblown."
Hamas, the Palestinian faction controlling the Gaza Strip, extended an invitation to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Welcome to Sderot, Israel -- the bomb shelter capital of the world.
The Israeli Interior Ministry on Monday said it will move forward with plans to build 1,300 new apartments in east Jerusalem.
The U.N. may indict Imad Mugniyeh for the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for a "credible military threat" against Iran.
Republican wins in the U.S. Congress could mean more friends for Israel on Capitol Hill.
The Palestinian Authority arrested and jailed a man for "carrying out commercial transactions with residents of a hostile state."
The former member told Israel's National Radio that Iran's goal is to bring about total chaos in the world, so that the Islamic messianic figure "the Mahdi" will appear.
A series of reforms proposed by Turkey's National Educational Council would impose Islamic ideology on the nation's youth.
Rival Palestinian factions – Fatah and Hamas – plan to meet in Damascus on November 9.
Hezbollah is plotting to take control of Beirut should the U.N. Special Tribunal on Lebanon indict any of its members.
Israeli PM Netanyahu denounced the UN statement that the Palestinians have a legitimate claim to Rachel's Tomb and the Cave of the Patriarchs.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat officially inaugurated the opening of a new girls' school in Ras al-Amud on Monday morning.